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Sundance Resort, Sundance, UT

Robert Redford's idyllic 98-cottage mountain resort, just outside Park City, is perfect for an adventure honeymoon — it's all about reconnecting with nature. In the Summer, you can golf, hike 10 miles of Alpine trails, or raft down the Provo River. In the Winter, try cross-country skiing or calling for owls while night snowshoeing.

Rooms from $250, Sundance Resort.

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Little Nell, Aspen, CO

Looking for a Winter honeymoon spot? This is Aspen's only ski-in, ski-out hotel, and the staff is unbelievably gracious. The activity options? Hole up in one of the 92 warm, earth-toned rooms, styled by famous designer Holly Hunt; borrow an Audi for a half-day mountain drive; or sip Veuve Cliquot 11,000 feet up at the world's first ski-in, ski-out champagne bar.

Rooms from $380, The Little Nell.

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Blackberry Farm, Walland, TN

We love the get-away-from-it-all Great Smoky Mountains setting, spectacular service, and countless outdoor activities (fly-fishing, shooting clays, horseback riding) on this 4,200-acre estate. At night, head to the elegant Main House for farm-to-table feasts.

Rooms from $695, with meals, Blackberry Farm.

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Sanctuary Resort at Camelback Mountain, Scottsdale, AZ

World-travelers Beyoncé and Jay-Z "mini-mooned" at this gorgeous, mountain-meets-desert honeymoon resort. The 105 brick-walled casitas all have Frette linens and private patios, plus the spa is top-notch — think 12 indoor/outdoor treatment rooms, a meditation garden, and a Watsu pool.

Rooms from $259, Sanctuary Resort at Camelback Mountain.

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Four Seasons the Biltmore Santa Barbara, CA

Hollywood types (Halle Berry, Katy Perry) head here to sunbathe on Butterfly Beach and soak in the lovely Spanish-colonial setting. If you're up for an adventure, borrow the in-house bikes and hit the three-mile coastal path, or just lounge by the Olympic-size pool.

Rooms from $395, Four Seasons the Biltmore Santa Barbara.

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Enchantment Resort, Sedona, AZ

New Age types swear by the spiritual effects of the "energy vortex" at this honeymoon resort in the heart of red-rock country. Others just go for the world-class MiiAmo spa, which offers everything from Ayurvedic yoga to Sedona clay wraps to tarot card readings.

Rooms from $325, Enchantment Resort.

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Post Ranch Inn, Big Sur, CA

No kids are allowed at this rustic-luxe clifftop hotel made of reclaimed wood, glass, and stone. Upon arrival, your ride is valeted, a glass of wine appears — and you're off to the infinity pool, which has sweeping views of the Pacific.

Rooms from $595, Post Ranch Inn.

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Ritz-Carlton, Bachelor Gulch, CO

This insanely luxurious Rocky Mountain honeymoon resort has superb skiing; unreal food (fancy Wolfgang Puck cuisine at Spago, raclette cheese and organic bison at Anderson's Cabin); and a 21,000-square-foot spa offering sage salt scrubs and detoxifying mud wraps.

Rooms from $229, Ritz-Carlton.

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The Wauwinet, Nantucket, MA

This warm, cozy inn feels blissfully isolated from the world. Request a room that faces the windswept beach — perfect for sunset strolls — and don't miss dinner at Topper's, the island's best restaurant. Your five-course feast might feature diver scallop ceviche or butter-poached lobster with a madras curry sabayon.

Rooms from $225, The Wauwinet.

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Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa, Orlando, CA

This red-gabled, Victorian-inspired hotel is one of Disney's poshest places to stay. We love the stunning lagoon setting and soaring, five-story-high lobby (but look down — characters are artfully embedded here and there in the marble floor). Don't miss a fancy six-course dinner at award-winning Victoria and Albert's, where guests get a keepsake menu.

Rooms from $460, Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.

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